Go for the B average, stay for the D cup
They really are co-ed strippers!:
A chain of strip clubs is offering to pay tuition for co-eds who work as strippers — and keep up their grade-point averages.
With classes beginning this week, a full-page color ad, featuring a voluptuous blonde and the promise “We pay your tuition,” appeared on the back cover of The Lance, the student newspaper at the University of Windsor in Ontario.
“A girl who wants to better herself, who wants to progress, makes for a higher level entertainer,” said Robert Katzman, who is recruiting talent for his adult clubs in Windsor and in Detroit, Michigan. “They’re happier young ladies. They’re doing something with their lives.”
Katzman said his company will pay $1,500 to $2,000 in educational expenses per year to women or men who work three or four seven-hour shifts in his clubs. The money is on top of the $10 an hour that dancers are paid, in addition to cash they get from tips and private dances.
But there is a catch.
“They have to maintain a B or above average,” Katzman said. “They have to bring in their transcripts and prove they got the grades.”